Boeing Co.

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Boeing Says Did Not Book Any Orders In September

Published: 10/13/2020 15:31 GMT
Boeing Co (BA) - Boeing - Did Not Book Any Orders in September.
Boeing Says Leasing Companies Still Have More Than 900 737 Max Airplanes on Order.
Boeing - Recorded Three New 737 Max Cancellations (two From Boc Aviation and a Third Jet Canceled by Unidentified Customer).
Boeing Says Removed 48 Max Airplanes From Its Official Backlog Due to the Asc 606 Accounting Standard.
Boeing Says Backlog for 737s, As of Sept-end, Was 3,403.
Boeing Says Backlog for All Models, As of Sept-end, Was 4,325.
Boeing Says Making Progress on Inspections Related to 787 Quality Issues, Which Continue to Impact Deliveries, Given Inspections, Etc.
Boeing Says Delivered 11 Airplanes in Sept: One P-8, Three Widebody Freighters, Seven 787s.
Boeing Says Year-to-date Deliveries As of Sept.
End Were 98 Airplanes.
Boeing Says Sept Deliveries Include One 747 Freighter to Ups, One 767 Freighter to Fedex, One 777 Freighter to Lufthansa Cargo, One 787-9 to Aer Cap.
Boeing Says Sept Deliveries Include Three 787-9s to United, Two 787-9s to Turkish Airlines, One 787-10 to Eva Air.
Revenue is expected to be $15.09 Billion
Adjusted EPS is expected to be -$2.13

Next Quarter Revenue Guidance is expected to be $17.28 Billion
Next Quarter EPS Guidance is expected to be -$1.05

More details on our Analysts Page.